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A couple of mental late-arrivers:
"John Cage: In a Landscape" performed by Stephen Drury. Not the aleatory John Cage one might expect.
If not already familiar with him, might be a good time to make the acquaintance of Harold Budd. His 2000 recording, "The Room" seems like it could be another that fits your requirements.
BTW - no claim is made that anything I've suggested is a "best".
Here are the solo piano in my collection:
Alone Bill Evens
Alone Andre Previn
Beethoven for Elegant Dining Chemayne Micallef
Elegiac Cycle Brad Mehidau
Koln Concert Keith Jarrett
Simple Gifts Chemayne Micallef
Yesterday Beegie Adair
The Shearing Piano George Shearing
Satie Piano Works Eric Satie
Alkan Equisses Op 63 Laurent Martin